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5 Great Reasons to Buy A Ski Home

Guest post from UniBaggage.com, the international door-to-door luggage delivery service guaranteeing low rates, fast delivery and excellent customer service. UniBaggage are offering nidski.com readers…

Considerations when Buying a Leaseback in a French Ski Resort

What is a leaseback? A leaseback is the purchase of a fully-furnished freehold apartment in a serviced residential building. Upon purchase, the owner leases the apartment to a management company for at…

The Top 5 Thermal Spas in the Alps

The mountains have always been home to some of the best thermal spas in the world. The ultimate alpine retreat, there is nothing better than relaxing in a thermal spa after a long day adventuring in the…

The Top 5 Mountain Resorts to Visit if you Love Road Biking!

Each summer when the snow has melted and the skis are packed away, the European Alps become the ultimate playground for road cyclists. With stunning views, plenty of incline, beautiful descents and superb…

Buying a Ski Chalet Before Christmas! Is There Still Time?

July is nearly over and winter is on its way! You might think that it’s too late to start searching for your dream ski property in time for Christmas, but with a bit of planning (and a lot of enthusiasm!)…

What are the Costs of Buying a Ski Property in France?

Purchasing a ski home in France comes with some costs that we aren’t familiar with in the UK. From the notaires fees to inheritance taxes, we have made a short list of costs related to owning a…

COMPETITION TIME! Win a Ski-Board from Axiski and Make the Most of your Winter Après!

“ADVENTURE AND EXCITEMENT WHILE DISRUPTING THE SLEDGING WORLD” What is Axiski? Axiski is the ultimate toy for outdoor adventure lovers of all ages. Taking inspiration from the humble sledge,…

The Mountain Stages and Climbs of the Tour de France 2018

It is often said that the Tour de France is won – or lost - in the mountains. No surprise when the climbs rise as high as 2,215m (at the top of the Col du Portet in the Pyrenees) and with gradients…


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